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Frost At Christmas (Inspector Frost, #1)
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Nov 21, 2008
Faithful Unto Death (Chief Inspector Barnaby, #5)
Caroline Graham has been compared to Agatha Christie, and the honor is deserved. Her writing is both crisp but careful in the way she unfolds the stor...more
Apr 04, 2009
Nov 15, 2008
A Touch Of Frost (Inspector Frost, #2)
I saw episodes of the Frost mysteries on Mystery, and I enjoyed them very much; so, when I saw the books, I thought I'd give them a chance. I was not...more
Nov 16, 2008
Nov 15, 2008
A Place Of Safety (Chief Inspector Barnaby, #6)
Caroline Graham has been compared to Agatha Christie, and the honor is deserved. She knows how to tell a story, and she knows how to keep her audience...more
Jan 1999
Nov 15, 2008
A Ghost In The Machine (Chief Inspector Barnaby, #7)
People have labeled Caroline Graham the best mystery writer since Agatha Christie, and I can understand why. The writing is just as good, and the myst...more
Apr 1999
Nov 15, 2008
Hard Frost (Inspector Frost, #4)
Another enjoyable read, a little darker (if that can be so), but very good. The whole series is worth a read.
Nov 25, 2008
Nov 15, 2008
Full Dark House (Bryant & May, # 1)
This was a a lot of fun to read. The action starts as soon as you begin reading, and the pace is steady but adds to the overall anticipation. I enjoye...more
May 10, 2009
Apr 26, 2009
Winter Frost (Inspector Frost, #5)
Once again, a solid story and very good writing. This is the darkest book, and that is saying a lot considering that all of the books deal with dark s...more
Nov 20, 2008
Nov 15, 2008
Night Frost (Inspector Frost, #3)
This was the most fun yet. Frost has some witty observations that actually made me laugh out loud. Some people are put off by his brusque behavior or...more
Nov 22, 2008
Nov 15, 2008
The Complaints
This is the first book in the Malcolm Fox series by Ian Rankin, and it's also the first Ian Rankin book I've read. Based on what I experienced here, I...more
Jun 11, 2013
Jun 09, 2013
The Private Patient (Adam Dalgliesh, #14)
I cannot get a PD James Dalgliesh book without becoming totally addicted to it. I am never bored. I am never without anticipation and questions, and I...more
Dec 2008
Nov 25, 2008
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